Changes in the global environment are threatening the existence of many species of birds. But, what can be done to help? On this program, Dr. Jeffrey Wells discussed current bird conservation efforts. Topics: science, bird, conservation Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Preserving wildlife populations that are displaced or actively diminished by human activity remains essential for maintaining biodiversity. Nowhere is this more evident than in Africa, where many wildlife species are being driven to extinction by human activity. On this program, Paul Raffaele discussed wildlife preservation in Africa. Topics: science, conservation, wildlife Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Although alleviating the changes to the global environment may seem like a daunting task for an individual, many enterprising people have decided to take on the challenge. On this program, Edward Humes discussed the new generation of Eco Barons. Topics: science, environment, ecology, conservation, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The remarkable world residing under the sea may have been unknown to many were it not for Jacques Cousteau. On this program, Brad Matsen discussed the life and work of the famed Sea King. Topics: science, oceanography, conservation, SCUBA, cousteau, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
All living things are regulated from the molecules in our bloodstream to the populations of animals on the African Savanna. Today, Sean Carroll joins us to discuss the logic of regulation as well as how these principles can be applied to treat disease and heal ecosystems. Topics: regulation, animals, ecology, conservation, Sean Carroll, groks science show Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The Arctic Ocean is important politically, environmentally, and socially. However, the rapid melting of ice in the arctic is quickly changing the dynamics of humans and wildlife in the region. On this program, Dr. Alun Anderson discussed the future of the Arctic Ocean after the ice melts. Topics: science, environment, arctic ocean, conservation, wildlife, copenhagen summit, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
What can our closest living relatives - great apes like the chimpanzee and bonobo - teach us about ourselves? Are we the only species that tells lies or wages war? Do other apes have culture? On this episode, Dale Peterson joins us to discuss these fascinating, yet sadly endangered, animals. Topics: Dale Peterson, primates, apes, chimpanzees, Jane Goodall, bonobos, conservation
Less than a half a million African elephants live in the wild and more than 25,000 of those are poached every year. They are poached for their ivory even though African ivory collected after 1989 is generally illegal. One reason such robust poaching persists is that, until recently, there has been no way to determine when ivory was collected. Dr. Kevin Uno joins us to discuss his recent PNAS article detailing a test that closes this loophole. In the process, we discuss carbon, ecology,... Topics: Groks, elephants, carbon, isotopes, C13, C14, C12, ecology, conservation, Kevin Uno, Lamont...